Violinist Hilary Hahn, with Pianist Valentina Lisitsa in Concert
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L.A. alt-rockers Weezer follow the Los Angeles Dodgers into town for a postgame concert at Turner Field. First, you'll see Freddie Freeman, Justin Upton, Jason Heyward and the division-leading Braves take on the Western powerhouse Blue Crew, led by All-Stars Clayton Kershaw and Yasiel Puig. Then Weezer, the platinum-selling band that's released three self-titled albums, takes the stage with hits including "Pork and Beans," "Perfect Situation" and "Beverly Hills." Lead singer Rivers Cuomo and the group broke through in a big way in 1994, with their debut disc spawning huge singles like "Undone -- The Sweater Song," "Buddy Holly" and "Say It Ain't So," all of which came with creative videos that went into heavy rotation on MTV. They plan to release their 10th studio disc, Everything Will Be All Right in the End, in 2014. Learn More
While primarily a classical musician, Hilary Hahn participates in a number of alternative projects and collaborations. She was the violin soloist on James Newton Howard’s Oscar-nominated soundtrack to M. Night Shyamalan’s film The Village. She wrote and performed violin tracks for singer/songwriter Tom Brosseau’s record Grand Forks; and has worked frequently with folk singer/songwriter Josh Ritter. She is also active on the contemporary classical music scene. In 1999, she premiered and recorded the violin concerto written for her by the American bassist and composer Edgar Meyer, and in 2009 she did the same with Jennifer Higdon’s Pulitzer Prize-winning violin concerto, also dedicated to her.
Hahn graduated from The Curtis Institute at age 19 with a bachelor of music degree. Her major orchestral debut came with the Baltimore Symphony in 1991, followed by her international debut at age 14 in Hungary, playing Bernstein with Ivan Fischer and the Budapest Festival Orchestra.